Jupiter Museum of Art


Last Updated: 12/02/2020 | Posted by: bubble-boba
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6 Lanhua Dao, Futian Free Trade Zone, Futian District
Tue-Sun, 10am-7pm

Jupiter Museum of Art Description

Based on worldwide exhibitions and research, Shenzhen Jupiter Museum of Art will provide a platform for the public to view and learn about art. In addition to organizing series of exhibitions, symposiums, open lectures, and learning activities, we will construct an artwork collecting system and facilitate cross-disciplinary exchanges. The museum will initiate dialogue and research on the topics of contemporary history and contemporary Chinese arts, thus building a cultural and artistic system in the post-globalization era.

The Jupiter Museum of Art is based in the center of Shenzhen Futian District, in the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Science and Technology Innovation & Cooperation Zone (formerly the Futian Free Trade Zone). Located right next to the Hong Kong River border, it is close to both Futian and Huangguang Port. The first and second floors of what used to be the Shenzhen Chenglian Logistics Warehouse Building have been transformed into an art museum equipped with international-grade museum facilities, including specialized cool lighting, temperature and humidity controls, new ventilation system, nitrogen fire suppression system, and intelligent security systems. With a height of 7.5 meters, a ground load of 2.5 tons per square meter, and pole spans of 12 meters, the museum’s area totals about 11,000 square meters, and its unique construction design allows its space to be easily separated into multiple exhibition areas of various sizes.

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